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Last call for comments on Internet disclaimer rules

November 6, 2017

The Commission requests public comment by Thursday, November 9 on whether to revise its rules regarding disclaimers on certain communications made over the Internet. All comments must be submitted in writing, either electronically or on paper. To encourage electronic submissions, the Commission has created a comment portal on FEC.gov and an instructional video that demonstrates how to use it. Please note that—although the portal includes a log-in screen for registered users—a password is not required to submit comments using the portal.

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